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Dec 2, 2013 10:00am EST
in beijing, to give the people in beijing real-time information about their air quality. that is success moving forward. u.s., andccess or the that is a building block for china that one get them moving forward in leaps and bounds, which is frankly, what needs to be done. so i do remain hopeful. that, in the united states, for every dollar we have invested in the clean air act, tohave recouped four dollars eight dollars in economic benefits. condense -- convince the chinese that our continued relationship is worth that investment, then we will all reap those benefits together. i think i should end there and thank you all for allowing me to be here. let's start the conversation and, again, congratulations to years. 10 i look forward to what you would do. you have been pretty good so far. thank you very much. [applause] welcome. it is fun being administrator, right? if it would bew fun for eight years. that youeat thing was got to start and finish things, which is hard in a shorter tenure. i want to spend a few minutes talking about the jobs probably and then we will go to china and then s
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2013 8:00pm EST
. puttingit is a corpsman a bandage on a wound or a turning kit. that is real-time, gunshot wound happens, we call that roll 1 care. from the usually away activity although sometimes the activity can occur right there as well. that is where i was. what we do there is stabilize a patient, try to get them to a point where we can arrest the bleeding and get them to a roll 3 and that is usually still within the country. it is a larger facility, bastion in our case. s.ey cooperate with the brit these hospitals that are quite visible. roll 4.re is in each of these stages of care, the injured member is getting more and more acuity of care. would be one of the big hospitals back stateside , like bethesda, san diego. >> had you seen combat before this six months? >> in some sense, yes. i spent two years on an aircraft , 2003-2005.ier , that was myon first deployment if you will. after some years in the navy. my last six months on this ship, we were deployed to the persian gulf. we supported operation iraqi freedom during that time. combat, but different kind of combat. on an aircraft carrier, we are l
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2013 11:00pm EST
. a corps man putting a bandage on a wound or tourniquet. that's out in the field, realtime. happens, we call that roll 1 care. is an outpost away from the activity. though sometimes the activity right there as well. what we do there is stablize the them to trying to get the point where we can arrest the bleeding or temporarily stop get them to a d roll 3. and that's still usually within the country. facility.ger bastion in our case, we brits to run, the andahar, the hospitals are quite visible. and in germany, row 4. so each successive stage of care, the member -- the injured member is getting more and more care.f an acuity of and then finally, row 5 would be one of the big hospitals back side. >> like bethet da. go, ke bethesda, and yea sammc. >> have you seen combat before months when you were there? >> in some sense, yes. -- i spent two years on an carrier. >> uss carl benson? >> the first deployment, if you the after some years in navy. my last six months, weer with deployed to the persian gulf and iraqi freedom at that time. so combat but different kind of combat. aircraft carrier
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2013 9:00pm EST
at in china to monitor air quality in people in give the beijing realtime information about their air quality. is success moving forward. hat's success for the u.s., that's a building block for hina that will get them moving forward in leaps and bounds which frankly is what needs to be done and needs to be done quickly. do remain hopeful. let's stop the conversation. congratulations on cap for baby step to ten years. forward to what you're going to do as adults. i don't know, you've been good so far. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> fun being an administrator. >> i don't know if it will be in eight years. it was fun for eight years. in eight years, you uh got to both start and finish things is hard to do in a shorter tenure. i want to spend a few minutes talking about the job. go to china and domestic. remind people we will take questions from the audience. hat you need to do is indicate your name, your organization, write your question. we'll have people collecting the questions. we'll have our best to get through as many as possible. intend to take questions through the note cards. so,
CSPAN
Dec 3, 2013 2:00am EST
, but they are now using to monitor air quality in beijing, to give people in beijing real-time information about their air quality. that is success moving forward. that is success for the u.s. and eight a link block for china that will get them moving forward in leaps and bounds, which is frankly what needs to be done quickly. . do remain hopeful i know that in the united states for every dollar we have invested in the clean air act we have recouped for $28 in economic
CSPAN
Dec 6, 2013 4:00pm EST
the fire, and pass along a signal of some sort. liken take images, things , but the and mri scans real-time research is still kind of out of our reach. i believe this will be an important initiative over the next 10 years or so. we need to be clear that this is a long-term investment. how do you process that? how do you lay down a memory and retrieve it? how you begin to use the information to do a better job to prevent diseases like epilepsy, shamanic brain schizophrenia, all of which are brain-based. we need to take full advantage of the kind of interventions that we are seeking. host: we're going to focus more in cancer research. this is a quick tweet. spend the same amount on cancer research as he spent on breast cancer? i don't have the information at my fingertips. but that is public and permission. that is another question you might pose to the doctor when he comes to talk about the cancer institute. heavily in breast cancer research. great strides are being made because of our ability to understand at the dna level what is driving the cancers. is francis s.t collins at the nih. you
CSPAN
Dec 4, 2013 9:00pm EST
provider incentives, real-time clinical information, and care coordination get abilities to improve the quality and lower cost. it should be supported and not discouraged more medicare patients to enroll. their health outcomes and the u.s. health-care system are likely to be better as a result. thank you for inviting me to speak. i look forward to answering your questions. >> thank you. that concludes the summaries. before we go to questioning, i would like to submit for the record a letter from the 60 plus association. so order. i will begin the questioning. i recognize myself for five minutes. of the president's health care plan, millions of americans and their families have received insurance cancellation notices. do you think medicare advantage may be obama cares next victim? what might beneficiaries in pennsylvania expect over the coming years in terms of plan choices, cost, benefit offerings, and provider debt works -- networks. >> i am concerned about the future of medicare advantage. thework we have done on applications of aca cuts, for example, in pennsylvania, in 2014 ther
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2013 5:00am EST
there is also going to be tabulated in real-time on the screen by friday. >> let's see. this is pretty cool. it looks like the majority of people here think that -- oh, oh. know, ok. wins.like the top ones whe this is interesting and seems to go along with what we heard about the poll. i want to introduce a panelist. they're all wonderful and i can't wait to welcome them. first we have a consumer advocate of the certified financial planners board. -- we have aident senior director of consumer financial services and the president of the identity -- assistant program at the financial services roundtable. thanks everyone for joining us. [applause] >> there is so much to dig into. i want to start with you. one thing that came out through the polling was that americans feel very frustrated about their financial futures, even though the recession technically ended a few years ago. you are an economist, can you give us a sense of why this is happening? >> i wasn't surprised at all to see that people still think we are in a recession. we are not. we are officially out of the recession. ofofficially
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2013 2:30pm EST
that. >> comment about credibility is very important. real-time competitors like , but cnn and fox and msnbc, foxaverage viewer is 67 for . 64 and 65 even for cnn and nbc. taken, i haveell a natural tendency as the demographics suggest. jeff jones watching the major rulings on civil liberties, they are on scotus blog and not on other networks. i think there is something fundamental in the relationship of different generations to digital media that is going to play out here. go displays an interesting role because it is so good and precisely because of the peabody's. we are well aware of these trends. if you were on the msnbc website, you would see the scotus blog provide coverage of the decision. we have a lot of cooperative relationships like that. last year in the health care decision, they put a camera on it. whereis this adaptation it doesn't have to be us or them. the distribution that nbc news because we are not trying. we don't have a pay wall. we are not trying to make money on an eyeball basis. we know that they reach a lot of people. something, to amy's point, people will
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